Living Arts Centre


My work is a direct result of the inspirations and fascinations I find in my oriented rural way of life. The tools we use to provide food and make goods, man’s ability to become masters, seemingly God to his crafts and trades, and the magnificence of the natural world I find myself surrounded by the world over. This inspiration is born into glass in the form of fine tableware, intricate flowers, Venetian goblets and pristine glass knives, as I continue to explore the possibilities of earth’s most perplexing and romantically enticing materials: Glass.”

Geoffrey Crozier began his journey with glass with a four month program at Halliburton School of the Arts in 2013 and afterwards, entered the glass, Craft and Design program at Sheridan College. Since then, he has participated in exhibitions and workshops where he continued to learn from the best, including Davide Fuin and Deborah Moore. Geoffrey earned the Pilchuck Glass Award in 2016 for his outstanding academic performance with glass.